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Re: Is Div2 dead? -new NATPA puller

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Posted by Rules on October 23, 2012 at 09:20:50 from (

In Reply to: Is Div2 dead? -new NATPA puller posted by Mopower on October 23, 2012 at 08:34:06:

Div 2T is way more poplular east of the Missippi and Div 2 is more popular west, thus where all the arguments over the years came from on tires(allowing topcut vs uncut etc). If someone goes to Lincoln, NE they might wonder if 2T is dead? Obviously, it is not--geographics plays a lot. Ever since the conception of NATPA-pullers MUST all go thru tech before they pull. No tech sticker at end of track, your card is pulled, no questions. There was 2 tractos that did not go thru tech at Corunna...why? Avoid it and your fellow "buddies" will tattle on you. Div 2 rules on what is legal or is not is very tightly ruled, per the membership. Your later model blocks are not allowed there in Div 2, in 2T yes. If you have a point to prove on getting it verified, call the people on the phone that had to "go find you" when other Div 2 pullers asked why you did not go thu tech? Explain why your parts should be legal. If they deem to be, then NATPA can update their MM policy on that model. If they are not legal in 2, then pull 2T--that's one reason 2T was created. Arguing here and not going thru tech to start is a lost cause in my opinion.


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